Aus^ist, 19S2 foiiiss n(B}t2B OPISTHOBHIUCe lfElfSl.ETTER
Central Florida, with a brief sumiBarv of tfee 1009^ SlISSWEIM, ABflMM J., MITCHELL S,
ceratiforri] families of the order ascoglossa CAPPELL & MICHAEL V.L. BENNETT, 1982, Distance
(::Sacoglossa). BULLETIM OF MAHIHE SCIENCE, ChesioreceDtion in iavanax ineriais. MARINE
32U)i213-2l9. BEHA¥IOUH AMD PHISIOLCMJI, 6(3):231-242,
1961. Additional records of Hyp^^lodoris infur- Population -dynamics of the totarctic opistho-
eata frca AshGuelon. LEVANTINA, (^4}:^15. branch ' Ph i li ne gibba Strebel. JOUSMAL OF
EXFERIMESTIL MARIKS BIOLOGI AMD KCOLOGI, 60(2-
100^3 MIENIS, HENK K. & GIL GAT, September, SJ-lbJ-loO.
1981. First records of Flabelliaa afflnis from
Israel (Gastropoda, Nudibranchia ). LE¥ASTINA, IOO96 MIENiS, H.K., July 31, 198I- Records of the
(3^) -^16. nudibranch Hypselodoris saridadiliis Rudman,
' 19775 froffi the Gulf of Aqaba. BASTEIII, ^5(1-
100S4 ORTEA, JESdS, April 21, 1981. A New 3):1-6^- ^
Favoriniis (Nudibranchia: Aeolidoidea) from the
Canary Islands. THE NAUTILUS, 95(2 ):h5-48, figs. - 10097 THOMPSON, T.E., i^pril, 198I. Taxonomy of
blisius, F, auritulus, F. .^haBensisl northern Adriatic S-ea. THE JOURNAL OF MOLLUSC AN
■3- [F^vorinus ^itreus n. so., F, braneiiialis, F. tnree rnisunder stood opistiiobrancus iToa
1003b WiLEi, GEORGE N., RONALD C. CiRCE & JOHN
W. TUNNELL, Jr., April 21, 1982. Mollusca of the 10098 NYBAKKEN, J. & G. MeDONfiLD, T98I. Feeding
Rocky Shores of East Central Veracruz. Stats taecfxanisras of Wvest Araerlcan nuclibranchs feedina
Jfexico. THENIDTILOS, 96( 2):55-'6lj figs, 1-5, tbi' an. Bryoaoa, Qiidarta a?id Ascidacea, with special
1. [Bulla striata, Aplysia of. braaUiggja, ' AJ respect to the radula, MALICOLCC-IA, 20(2);43g-
dactylcsela, + 2 unidentified nudibranch spp.j -^50-
and biology of . further aeolidacean and nudibranche psu eoiinu: Cumanotiis cuenoti^ A.
arminaeean nudibranch raolluses with symbiotie Pruvot-Fol. (19^8); re description, oiologie..
zooxanthellae. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LIMM- BULL. SOC. 200L, FR., 105(15:199-207.
EAM SOCIETY, 74(2):l47-'96.
10100 TERRENI, GIULIAMO & ENZO CAMPANI, I98O.
10087 COOMAKS5 'A.E.y 1981. Prof. Dr, Hendrik Sul ritro-yamerito di -ixxe Opisthobranohi de^a
Bigel (I898-I98I) ala maI.acoloQg, [Prof, Dr. subfamilia: Pleurobraichlnae e la loro^proble-
Hendrik Ebgel (1898-1981), as a malacologist. ] ?natica identificazione. QUAD. MUS. STORIl NAT-
Msteria. 45:91-965 fig, 1, [lists 15 opisthobranoh LIYORIIA, 1980:33-'40- -"'
taxa described by Dr. Eh gel; Dutoh, Baglish
Sumn^aryl ' '" 10101 COLEMAN, NEVILLE3 1977. I "-field giiicle- to
Mistralian marine life. RIGBY LTD, , Adelaide,
10088 BENTHEM JUTTING, W.S.S. VAN, 1968. Dr. Sydney, tfelboume, Erisbane_, Perth, ISBN 7270
Hendrik Ehgel. Zoologist and Historian, Curator 0520 0, 223pp-, figs, [Fifiorobranchtis fx^roii,
and Professor. BEAUFORTIA, 15(179):1-5. Aplysia so^rbylj Chromodoris quadricolor,
10089 COOMANS5 H.E.p C,A,W, JEEKEL & J.H, STOCK.
1981. In memoriam Prof. Dr. K. Ebgel (l8g8~198l). 10102 COLEMAN, f-IEVILLE, 198I. A field guide to
5L- BIOL., 14:313, the sarine life of south-eastern Australia.
RIGBY PUBLISHEHS LIMITED, Adelaide Svdnev,
He l.-'"~"0urae • Bri'^bane Net^f To^'k^ LC'T'ior ISBfs
publications by Professor Dr, H. aigel. BSAO- 7207 1433 1? I67pp., figs. [QiehidiBa australis,
FORTIA, 15(l80):7"1i|, Aphelodoris varia, Chrosiodoris splendita, Chro-
!sodor3.s sp., Chroaodoris amoeaa, Hypselodoris
10091 MILLEN5 SANDRA, 1982 (July 13). A new bennetti^ Chroaodoris ged^tricaj Kaloplccaisus
species of fejisodoris (Gastropoda: Opistho- yatesi, Taisbja v^rcceis, Ptsraaoiidia iantMna,
bran chia) with a discussion of the taxonomy of the Coryphella mbrolineata, .4ustraeolis omata,
Discodorididae. THE HESTERN SOCIETY OF MAL- Ar-miaa eyaneas texabranchus saoguiiieus]
ACOLOGISTS ANMOAL REPORT, 1h:17,
10103 ROS„ J0AND0M5KEC. I981. Moves oitacions
10092 HAMILTON, ?,y,, B.J. RUSSELL & H,W. ae gasteropodes opisthobranquis de le Gia-
AHBROSE, 1982. Some eharaoteristics of a spring nesies. [New citations of Opisthoranch Gas-
incursion of Aplysia brasiliana into shallow tropods from the Gyrmesian Is. (Balearic Is.j
water. MALACOLOOICAL REYIEM, 15:15-19, figs, 1~3. Spain).] BUTLL. IMST, CAT. HIST. MAT., ^7(sec.
7;QQj 14 "5 ; i y 1^, _^ 1 '7"7 ^ ""SoPnlsh' EyisyiL'^h sUiTiiparv "
IQO93 JENSEN, KATHE R,, 19B2. Cheraoreception as Elysla tiaida, ttiurdilla ho|»i, Boa-fieria aur-
a Factor in Food Location of El.fsia. cause Marcus antiaea^ Aplysia depilsis, Pi'i^yilaplysia laf?Xsti,j
(Opisthobranchia, Aseoglossa). HARIHE BEH1¥- Giossodoris graciliBj Giossodorj^ valcencisn-
lOOR AND PHISIOL(XJI. S( 3 );205-2l8. nesi^ Giossodoris msssinensis, Peltodori^ atro-
ffla.cul3,ta» Platydoris argo plus others.
in the next fev/ days, i hope to have a modern
interface on my 433-714o telephone so that
anyone using a CP/M system or Alpha Kdcro
system will be able to dial into my comput'sr and
transfer data. At the minimum, I will be aole to
transfer data between Pat LaFoliette, Howard
Katzman, Dr. Jim McLean, and myself.
Thanks to Dave Eehrens, Jim Lance, Don Cadien,
Terry Gosliner, Kelissa Earoour, kes farmer,
H.E. Coomans, Eveline Marcus, Ian Loch, I.S.
fioginskaya, J. A. Ortea, and others who have
provided information for this newsletter.
I have heard that Olea hansineensis' range nas
been extended but no one has yet puDlished the
extension. If no one is going to put it in a
journal, please send the information to the ON.
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Dendrodoris nigromaculata ( Cocke rell in
CocKerell <x Eliot, 1905j
Drawn from a video tape sequence oy James
Lance (July 12, I9b2)
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2 7 FEB 1984 I
Dr. Kenneth J. Boss i„,.„^ ...,
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It has taken until Octooer 9tn to get the
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[Editor's Note: Susan sent along the information
sheet which I have duplicated here. Please
send any iaformatxOii directly to Susan]
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From Eveline Marcus: "Thai; your list of the
frames in The Veliger is alphabetic, is right. It
is not right, in papers, to put the animals in
alphabetic sequence jpistead of systematic
relations. And then one cha^iges its name as in
the Chromodorididae frequently, and appears in
quite another place in the next paper. I am
sorry that Ti^ Veliger ailows that, but they
have done that for a long time."
From Susan H. Wells, Co-compiler,
Invertebrate Red Data Book, International Union
for Conservation of T'^ature and Natural
Resources, Species Conservation Monitoring
Unit, 219(c) Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, C33
ODL, U.K.: "I obtained your name and address
from the Opistho'o ranch ^wslBtter and am
writing to enquire wliether you or any of your
contacts could help us. I am currently working
on the compilation of the first volume of the
lUCN Red Data Book for Invertebrates with
special responsibility for non-insect groups.
Foilovjlng its publication I hope to be working
on a more specialised volume for molluscs.
Initially I had not expected to find any
information on threatened opisthobranchs.
However, a contact in the Netherlands provided
information on an endangered nudlbranch and I
enclose a copy of the data sheet. 1 would be
'r.t9rs5'-/id to know if you or any of your
colleagues have information on species in
similar situations, and whether your newsletter
could be used for advertising our need for
Corambe batava Kerbet, 1&S6
SUi^SiARI This small brackish water sea slug is
endemic to an area centred on the former
Zuiderzee in the Netherlands. The closure of
the Zuiderzee caused its disappearance from
most known localities, including its type
locality, and it may now be extinct.
DESCRIPTION Tne shape of the mantle which is
complete at the posterior end of the animal
separates this species from its nearest
relative, C. sargassicola from the Sargasso Sea
(1). A small sea slug reaching only about 5mm
in length, C. batava is variable in colour,
ranging from yellow with black patches to dark
brown or black all over. It has a circular •
disc-shaped mantle and a flat, almost circu.lar
DISTRIBUTION Endemic to Holland. The type
locality is at Durgerdam near Amsterdam beyond
the River I.j. It has been recoraed from tne
coasts of the former Zuiderzee from Amsterdam
to Den Helder in many localities (1), including
Wieringen on the Vangdam and near Oudeschild in
Texel (3,4). '
HflBITAT AND ECOLOGY Found in brackish water
generally in salinities from 7-25»o, but it can
probably withstand salinities up to 30|o since
large numbers have oeen round in Den Helder
harbour. The lowest salinity in which it has
been found is 6.7$o. It is restricted to
shallow water on or near Cordylophora caspia
on which it may feed; it has also been found on
SCIEN'TIFIC INTEREST Am POTENTIAL VALUE
THREATS TO SURVIVAL The closing of the
Zuiderzee resulted In the disappearance of all
tne brackish water fauna in tne area, and C.
batava is almost certainly now extinct and
definitely extinct in its type locality (1). The
Zuiderzee was closed in May 1932, following
which this species continued to be found in the
northern part of the enclooed area uatil July
of that year since when it has not been found
there. In 1947 it was recorded at Texel (2).
CONSERVATION MEASURES TAKEN None.
CONSERVATION MEASURES PROPOSED It could
possibly still survive, in the harbour at Den
Haider or in brackish water on some of tne
Wadden Sea Islands, such as Texel. However
both these areas are severely polluted. It is
also conceivable that the species may be foOnd
in France or England (5). Surveys should be
carried out in the 'Wadden Sea and Den Helder
harbour to ascertain if this species is still
extant. If it is found, steps should be taken to
ensure that it is protected in a suitable
unpolluted area of brackish water.
1. BUTOT, L.J.M. (1977). Bet Kaastens water en
bet Natuurwetenschappelijk be Ian g van
typelocaiiteiten. RIN-rapport. Rijksinstituut
voor Natuuurbeheer, Leersum. 15 pp.
2. SWENNEN, C. (1961). Data on distribution,
reproduction and ecology of the Nudibranchiate
Molluscs occurring in the Netherlands. NETH- J.
SEA. RES., 1(1-2):191-24Q.
3. van BENTHEM JUTTING, W.S.S. (1922). Zoet - en
Brakwater mollusken. In: REDEKE, H.C. (Ed.)
Flora en Fauna der Zuiderzee: 391-^10.
4. van BENTHEM JUTTING, V^.S.S. (1936)- Mollusca
(I) B. Gastropoda; Opisthobranchia; Amphineura
et Scaphopoda. Fauna van Nederiand afl. VIII,
Leiden: 106 pp.
5. BUTOT, L.J.M. (19b2). m litt. Feb. 24th.
We are very grateful to Dr. L.J.M. Butot for
providing information for this data sheet-
Please write to Susan for more information on
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From Eveline Marcus: "Back from my 'Winter^''
trip. My trip was nice as always, beginning with
Terrence Gosliner in Cape Town, where we had
long conversations about Pleurobranchaeidae,
and finished a review of the family. Then I was
with Claude Poizat, later I met Luise Schmekel,
in between, family and friends, and stayed in
Washington and with Dr. Rosalie Vogel, married
Curabee. Now I will begin a revision of the
Pie uro bran chidae, but it will take some time; I
am getting old and work does not go as fast as
when I was younger."
From James Lance: "During Spring/Summer,
19b2, we organized a number of overland and air
expeditions to Bahia de ios Angeles, Sea of
Cortez, Mexico, for the purpose of making a
comprehensive survey of inter- and subtidai
opisthobranch fauia during a given season. 1
hoped that these data, when combined with
previous information gathered over the past 25
years, would provide a general picture of the
opisthobranch populations from this area.
Our overall task force of active
collectors/ observers was not small (28 people
participated). But it must be admitted that only
7 of these could be described'as experienced
'branch collectors. Still, over 500 SCUBA and
200 intertidal man hours (pardcn me, person
hours) were logged during tnis operation. Ihe
area collected was sLmply uhe greater Bahia de
los Angeles - its myriad rocky island shores
and the channels between. For the most part,
weather was perfect with glassy seas and clear
Our entire operation came up with a rather
disappointing 48 species - 40 of which we
collected during 5 days in Kiay during extreme
low, dawn tides in the Lntertidal; especially
around the rocky islands.
Some findings, however, should be enough to
intrigue the biologically oriented
1. For the first time in the eastern Pacific we
have found a cryptobranch dorid parasitized by
an internal copepod aj^te different from
2. California's Flabellinopsis iodinea is our
most colorful aeolid. This survey provided a
startling look-alike not e'/en in the same
3- A new aeolid that appears to feed
exclusively en a sjraibiotic hydroid grC'jing on
the back (dorsum) of a small, under-rock
inhabiting prosobranch was found. A similar
case has been reported from the northwestern
4. Tasbja adere vs. Tanibja fusca: separate or
the same species? Ever since Farmer (197b)
described this (these) animals from the
northern Panamic the validity of two species
has been questioned. On. theses trips we were
able to obtain more than a hundred specimens
and study them in life. I would expect the
results of this inquiry to satisfy most
None of this work could have been carried
out without the help of expecially dedicated
persons. In particular I thank Connie Boone,
Brad Carte and Johji 'Sullivan for their
contributions. — Jim Lance.
Dave Behrens is working on two new Corypheila
From Terry Gosliner: "First of all, I wanted
to tell you that I will be in your area on a
permanent basis. I just returned from a quick
trip to San Francisco and will begin work at the
Cal Academy on Dec. 1 as the new curator of
moxlusks. Needless to say I am very pleased.
In March I will be at the Smithsonian for a year
and then return to San Francisco permanently.
The Dock will be about 150-17" caies, I
suspect and will contain at^ont :3r plates
of all the species discussea. .ni^.D ■c, owo-thirds
of the species nave not previously been
recorded from southern Africa previously so it
Yol. 14(9 ):32.
represents a significant increase in the
knowledge of the fauna. Also included is a
forev;ard by T.E. Thompson, an introduction
discussing the. evolutionary history, defense
mechanisms, feeding, reproduction and larval
biology of opisthobranchs. This is followed by
sections on the systematics and collection of
opisthobranchs and their biogeography in
southern Africa. There is also a chapter en
how to classify opisthobranchs designed for the
layman but describes why internal morphology is
essential. This section includes a glossary
illustrated with numerous pen and ink drawings
and a key to the identification of living
specimens of all the species discussed. 1 tnink
the price is fair. The format and size will be
the same as the brochure I sent. It will be
printed on high gloss paper, like the brochure,
which pushes the cost up, but also the quality.
It will only be printed in hard back, as Vve.U, at-
Nudibranchs of Southern Africa by Terrence
Gosllner will be available from the
Opisthobrancfa Ifewsletter for $30.00 U.S. plus
postage and applicable taxes.
Jim hcLean spent a week back in Cape Cod,
Massachuset.ts this summer.
From Dr. I.S. Roginskaya: "I am sending you
an article of Soviet malacologist Dr. K.N. Nesis,
concerning the interrelations of Aeolidia
papillosa and sea-anemone Anthopieura
elegantissisa, published In our popular
m.agazine Science and Life. Aeolidia papillosa
was photographed by me at the White Sea
Wes Farmer, 410 So. 1st St. Sp.ld2, El Cajcn,
CA 92021 (7l4)5c5b-ai53, is still making
Opisthobranch models. If you are interested in
one of his beautiful models, please contact him.
Dave Behrens has recently taken some time
off from branching to publish a short paper on
the mating behavior of the Gray Whale,
Eschrictius robustus. His paper just appeared
in Califoraia Fish and Gane, 6o(1):50-53 +
In late June, Steve Long, Roberta Relihard,
Dave Mulliner, Peg Muliiner, and Joan Steinberg
all. spent the afternoon at Jim Lance's. It was
good to meet Dr. Steinberg after all these
On October 15, 19b2, Pete Oringer, Howie
Katzman, Steve Long, and Roberta got together
for dinner in Long Beach. Pete is dowri from
Eureka, California on business.
From ^Selissa Barbour: "Just about the time
your notice came we were In the throes of big
changes. Jim started to work for the State
Water Resources Control Board In Sacramento.
He has been commuting 2X/weeK since then. I
returned to work after a 3 mos. maternity leave,
vte had a little girl, Nora, In January. I-jow we
will be moving to Sacramento In the next month.
I finished golig through the MacFarland
slides, etc. just before Nora was bom — they
have been collated Into the collection at
California Academy of Sciences — some into the
type collection and some into the regular
collection. They are now at least flndable.
That will probably be ray last Opisthobranch
work for a while- Nora takes a lot of time &
energy at this time." -- Melissa A. Barbour
From Ian Loch: "li March, EUl Rudman, Geoff
Avem, Judith Hunter, Helen Woodward and myself
spent four days collecting around Yamba in
northern N.S.W. Strong winds and a big swell
reduced Geoff and I to 'diving' In tide pools,
but the overall collections were quite good,
about bO species. Diving in tide pools does
concentrate the effort. Some of the beasts
found were, Favorinus japa:iiGus In a variety of
colour forms, Spurilla alba, S. australis,
Phidiana bourailli, a new Phiaiana with oright
blue bands on its cerata, Favorinus
tsurugensis, a Limenandra, ^oJJ-diella
takanosinjensis, a tritcniia en Telesto, a tiny
Ckadaia, ^gires citrina, Geo iodc ride 11a
savignyi; Plocaaioperus ceylanicus, Okenia
pellucida and another Ckenia en Zoobotryoo,
Miamira flavicostata, Ctenodoris pecten;
Dendrodoris gemmacea, D. guttata and otners
Indeterminate as usual, a range of
Pleurobranchus and various flat dorids
including a common Discodoris which we found
can 'control' its colour from light to dark."
PatricK LaFoilette was been working at the
AAAS in Washington, D.C., during August, and is
now (October) on vacation In Canada. He
stopped to see Sandra Fallen in Vancouver on
the way up. Pat is now a part time employee of
the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural
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October 1, 19B2: "At a Special I-teeting of the
Executive Board of the C. M. S., Inc. a new
Editor has been appointed, effective with the
close of the tenure of the present Editor at the
close of volume 25- Since there are enough
manuscripts, reviewed and accepted, on hand to
fill the remaining two issues of the current
volume, all manuscripts submitted for possible
publication in the Veliger should be sent
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Trapania dalva ^4a^cus, 1972
Drawing by Eveline Marcus
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GPISTHOBRANCHIA
10104 ALTIMIRA, CARLOS, HARiA FERNANDA
HUELIN & J0AND0M!iI^EC ROS, 19«1. Molluscs
bentcnics de les illes Medes (Girona). I.
Sistematica. [Benthic Mollusca of Nedes
Islands (Girona, Spain). I. Systematics.]
BUTTL. INST. CAT. HIST. NAT., 47 (sec. zool.,
4):69-75. [Spanish; English summary; 34
opisthobranch species listed]
10105 ROS, JOANDOMt^JEC, December, 1961.
Desarrollo y estrategias bionanicas en los
Opisthobranquios. [Development and bionomic
strategies Iti the Cpistncbranciiia. j OECOLOGIA
AQUATICA, (5}:l47-1b3, figs. 1-5, tbls. 1-4.
[Spanish; thglish summary; 207 species
10106 PERETZ, BERTRAM & LANNY ADKINS, June,
19b2. An index of age wnen birthdate is unknown
in Aplysia califomica: shell size and growth in
long-term maricultured animals. BIOLOGICAL
10107 ORTEA RATO, JESUS ANGEL, JOSE MIGUEL
PEREZ SANCHEZ & EVA MARIA LLERA GONZALEZ. I98I.
Cuademos del Crinas No. 3- Moluscos
Opisthobranquios recolectados duarte el Plan de
Bentos Circuncanario. Doridacea: prime ra parte
(1). CONSEJERIAS DE AGRICULTURA \ PESCA DEL
CONSEJO DE GOBIERNO DEL PRINCIPADO DE
ASTURIAS \ DE LA JUNTA DE CANARIAS, pp. 1-48, 2
color pis., figs. 1-22, 2 tbls. [Spanish; Frencn
preface; Ehglisn abstract; Aldisa expieta n.
sp., A. smaragdina n. sp., Doris verrucosa, D.
bertheloti, Platydoris argo, Baptodoris perezi
n. sp., Taringa oleica n. sp., T. ascitica n. sp.,
T. tritorqaLs n. s., & T. bacalladoin. sp. +
other spp. mentioned.]
10108 ORTEA, J. A. & M. BALLESTEROS. 1981. A
new Doridacea from the Icerian and Balearic
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